Join us for fun, fellowship and networking as we kick off our 2022 United Way campaign season and celebrate our accomplishments from last year.
August 31, 2022 | 11:30am – 1:00pm
Penn Oaks Golf Club
$35 per person
LIVE UNITED IN MUSIC: Featuring National Recording Artist Alexandra Kay
Benefitting the United Way of Chester County Impact & Innovation Fund
Grab your country western boots and join us at our annual Live United in Music event on Thursday September 29th at Penn Oaks Golf Club, featuring national recording artist, Alexandra Kay. This event, presented by Citadel Credit Union, will benefit our Community Impact & Innovation Fund.
Tickets are $200 per person and include a cocktail reception with an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, and performance ($175 of the cost is tax deductible).
Limited corporate sponsorships are available. To purchase tickets and learn more about sponsorship opportunities, click here or contact Christina Wagoner, Senior Vice President of Financial Development, at 610-429-9400 x4101.
Next Generation of Leaders Needed
Now accepting applications for Leadership Chester County
Leadership Chester County (LCC), Chester County’s premiere professional development program, is now accepting applications for its 2022-2023 class.
The LCC program is administered and facilitated by United Way of Chester County with guidance from an Advisory Council and additional resources from its partners, West Chester University and Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry. The course meets approximately every 3 to 4 weeks from October to May and sessions will be held in person.
Chester County Mental Health Crisis Services Survey
Capacity for Change, LLC is fielding this brief, confidential, and anonymous survey about mental health crisis response services for Chester County residents.
The survey data will be used by a coalition of public, private, nonprofit, and educational organizations in Chester County to design recommendations for improving youth mental health crisis response services countywide.
The survey is available in English and Spanish. Please click the buttons below:
Health Education Materials to Support Greater Coatesville Residents Now Available
The Greater Coatesville Hospital Closure group recently shared health education materials and information on where to get care, where to find a doctor or medical home and where to find free or low-cost health insurance.
Materials are available in English and Spanish. To access them, click here.
The Greater Coatesville Hospital Closure Group was formed as a result of the closures of the Brandywine and Jennersville hospitals that drastically increased the inaccessibility and inequity of healthcare in the Coatesville community. The group is made up of leaders representing nearly 20 local and county organizations who develop strategies to minimize the disruption of healthcare services and rebuild a strong and equitable healthcare system in the region. To learn more, click here.